Additional Food Pantries and                           Community Resources

Butler Food Pantry
St. Agnes Church
12801 W Fairmount Ave • Butler, WI

Hartland Food Pantry
229 Lawn St • Hartland, WI

Kettle Moraine Food Pantry
All Saints Lutheran Church
705 E Tomlin Rd • Wales, WI

Menomonee Falls Area Food Pantry
N85 W15382 Menomonee River Parkway • Menomonee Falls, WI

Mukwonago Food Pantry
325 Eagle Lake Ave • Mukwonago, WI

New Berlin Food Pantry
Hickory Grove School
2600 Sunnyslope Rd • New Berlin, WI

North Lake Food Pantry
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish
W314 N7462 Hwy 83 • North Lake, WI

Oconomowoc Food Pantry
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store
W359 N5848 Brown St (Hwy P) • Oconomowoc, WI
PO Box 832
262-567-7054 or 262-567-4608

Pewaukee Food Pantry
Gethsemane United Methodist Church
642 Main St • Pewaukee, WI

Eagle Community Food Pantry
St. Theresa's Catholic Church
136 W Waukesha Rd • Eagle, WI
Contact Mitzi at 262-594-2296 or St. Theresa's at 262-594-5200

Sussex Food Pantry
N63 W23626 Silver Spring Dr • Sussex, WI

Waukesha Salvation Army
445 Madison St • Waukesha, WI

Free Hot Meals

Hope Center
502 N East Ave • Waukesha, WI
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 5:30 pm
and Sundays, 2 pm

Salvation Army
445 Madison St • Waukesha, WI
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 5 pm

Community Help Line

Waukesha has a large number of resources, both governmental and private, that help citizens in powerful ways. But it’s often difficult to get involved with these groups to take advantage of the amazing resources they offer. Waukesha’s First Call for Help was established to make finding assistance easy and effective.

Simply dial 2-1-1 or call 262-547-3388 for this free, 24/7, non-emergency phone service. An operator will help you find information on housing, medical care, meal sites, FoodShare (previously “Food Stamps”) and much, much more.

Waukesha County Agencies and Websites

BadgerCare Plus

Energy Assistance

Energy Services will be at FPWC on the following dates:

October 16, December 18, January 15, February 19, March 19, April 16 (from 1-3 PM)

October 24, April 9 (Thursday 6-8 PM)

October 18, February 7, April 4 (Saturday 9:30-11:30 AM)

If interested in receiving assistance from Energy Services call 1-800-506-5596 to make an appointment for one of the dates listed.

First Call For Help/211
Dial 2-1-1 or call 1-866-211-3380

FoodShare Wisconsin
Formerly "Food Stamps"

Hope Center

La Casa de Esperanza


Prescription Assistance
Dial 2-1-1 or call 262-547-3388

ProHealth Care Community Outreach


Salvation Army


State of Wisconsin Benefits Information

Waukesha County Health and Human Services

Waukesha County Housing Authority

Wisconsin WIC Program

Area Farmers’ Markets

Brookfield Farmers' Market

May – October: Saturdays, 7:30 am-noon
Annuals, perennials, fruits and vegetables in season, piedmontese beef, cut flowers, maple syrup, chickens, eggs, bison meat, baked goods, dried floral, garden art and much more are available at Brookfield's market. Entertainment and demonstrations will feature throughout the season.

Brookfield City Hall
2000 N Calhoun Rd
Brookfield, WI

Delafield Farmers' Market
May – October: Saturdays, 7 am-1 pm
Delafield hosts an upscale market featuring locally grown vegetables and fruit, fresh and dried flowers, perennials and bedding plants, homemade bakery products and a variety of arts and crafts.

Municipal parking lot
Main St, one block west of Genesee St (Hwy C)
Delafied, WI

Dousman Farmers' Market
May – October: Wednesdays, 2-6 pm

Cory Municipal Park
160 S Main St (near baseball diamond)
Dousman, WI

Menomonee Falls Farmers' Market
May – November: Wednesdays, 8 am-3 pm
July – October: Sundays, 9 am-2 pm
Fresh vegetables, eggs, poultry, bakery, fresh flowers (annuals and perennials), honey, collectibles are just the highlights of what you can acquire at this amazing market.

Main Street
One block west of Appleton Ave
Menomonee Falls, WI

New Berlin Farmers' Market
May – October: Saturdays, 8 am-1 pm

New Berlin Police and Fire Department (parking lot)
16300 W National Ave
New Berlin, WI

Oconomowoc Farmers' Market
May 19 – October 27: Saturdays, 7:30 am-noon
Fruits, vegetables, crafts and much more are available at this beautiful open market.

St. Paul's Lutheran Church (parking lot)
210 E Pleasant St
Oconomowoc, WI

Pewaukee Farmers' Market
May 23– October 24: Wednesdays, 2:30 pm-6:30 pm
This market great market is open every Wednesday, rain or shine. Come pick up fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, flowers, or even stop for a massage.

449 W Wisconsin Ave
Pewaukee, WI

Waukesha Farmers’ Market
May – October: Saturdays, 8 am-noon
This wonderful market sits on the banks of the Fox River in historic downtown Waukesha. This year will also feature electronic payment devices, so credit cards will be accepted.

Downtown, on the banks of the Fox River, between W Broadway St and Barstow St
Just east of 332 Riverfront Plaza
Waukesha, WI

Locales Para Obtener Comidas Gratis o a Precios Reducidos

Distrito Escolar del Condado de Waukesha

Aproximadamente 50% de los niños matriculados en las escuelas publicas del condado de Waukesha son
elegible para participar en el programa para recibir comidas gratis o a precios reducidos. Esta probado que
los niños que reciben la nutrición apropiada tienen la alimentación necesaria para aprender mucho mejor y
crecer mas fuerte – dos cosas que todo los padres quieren para sus niños. Familias en el condado de
Waukesha pueden participar en este programa auspiciado por el gobierno. Su niños pueden ser registrado
en este programa a cual quiere tiempo durante el año. Solicitudes para este programa están disponibles en
la oficina del Waukesha Food Pantry o sobre el Internet a la dirección

Programas de Desayuno

Escuelas Elementar
Banting Elementary School
Blair Elementary School
Hadfield Elementary School
Hawthorne Elementary School
Lowell Elementary School
White Rock Elementary School
Whittier Elementary School

Escuelas Secundarias
Central Middle School
South High School

Programa de Merienda – Después de Escuela

Siguiente Escuelas Elementares
Blair Elementary School
Whittier Elementary School

Escuelas Alternativas
Harvey Philip Alternative High School
The Lauer Center

Programas de Almuerzo

Escuelas Elementar
Banting Elementary School
Bethesda Elementary School
Blair Elementary School
Hadfield Elementary School
Hawthorne Elementary School
Heyer Elementary School
Hillcrest Elementary School
Lowell Elementary School
Meadowbrook Elementary School
Prairie Elementary School
Rose Glen Elementary School
Summit View Elementary School
Waukesha STEM Academy – Randall Campus
White Rock Elementary School
Whittier Elementary School

Escuelas Secundarias
Butler Middle School
Central Middle School
Horning Middle School
Waukesha North High School
Waukesha South High School
Waukesha STEM Academy – Saratoga Campus
Waukesha West High School

Free & Reduced Price Meals

Improving Education Through Nutrition

Nearly half of the students enrolled in Waukesha County Public Schools are eligible to participate in free or reduced price meals programs, which provide exactly what they say – free and reduced price meals served at the students' schools. There are breakfast, lunch and after school meal programs all over the county designed to supply students with the energy and nutrition they need throughout the day.

Children receiving their daily requirements of nutritious food have the proper fuel to grow stronger and improve learning – two things all parents want for their children. Registration is open at any time throughout the year, so take advantage of this government-sponsored program as soon as possible.

Download an application here.
Contact your child's school or the Food Pantry for any assistance.

Breakfast Programs

Elementary Schools
Banting Elementary
Blair Elementary
Hadfield Elementary
Hawthorne Elementary
Lowell Elementary
White Rock Elementary
Whittier Elementary

Secondary Schools
Central Middle
Waukesha South High

Lunch Programs

Elementary Schools
Banting Elementary
Bethesda Elementary
Blair Elementary
Hadfield Elementary
Hawthorne Elementary
Heyer Elementary
Hillcrest Elementary
Lowell Elementary
Meadowbrook Elementary
Prairie Elementary
Rose Glen Elementary
Summit View Elementary
Waukesha STEM Academy – Randall Campus
White Rock Elementary
Whittier Elementary

Secondary Schools
Butler Middle
Central Middle
Horning Middle
Waukesha North High
Waukesha South High
Waukesha STEM Academy – Saratoga Campus
Waukesha West High

After School Snack Programs

Elementary Schools
Blair Elementary
Whittier Elementary

Alternative Schools
Harvey Philip Alternative Charter School
The Lauer Center

Services We Provide

The Food Pantry provides more than food to our clients. Some clients can’t make it to the Food Pantry, have special dietary needs or require additional resources. Through collaborations with other advocacy groups, expertise in accessing government funding and an astute awareness of the needs of our clients, we provide a number of additional services for those who need them.

  • Delivering to the homes of clients who cannot travel to the Food Pantry due to age or disability
  • Collecting and distributing good food that otherwise would have been wasted by food producers, purveyors, farmers, caterers and restaurants through the Food Recovery Program
  • Providing additional food to income-eligible clients as an agent of the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program
  • Distributing pre-packaged boxes of food to low-income senior housing sites through Stockbox, a program in collaboration with the USDA and Wisconsin’s Hunger Task Force that helps clients sit together and enjoy a full meal
  • Catering to clients with certain allergies or with particular dietary needs through the Special Diet Program

Some of these programs have reached their maximum client limits. Applicants may have to spend time on a waiting list before receiving these services.

To learn if you qualify for any of these services, contact us at 262-542-5300.

How to Register

We ask that you provide a few pieces of personal information upon your first visit. Once we confirm you are a Waukesha County resident, we look at your current income and living situation to determine the best way to serve you now and in the future.

Please provide:

  • A current driver’s license* or a Social Security card** for every household member
  • Current proof of address such as a bill, bank statement or other similar piece of official mail for every adult household member
  • Information about your current source of income (monthly wages, unemployment compensation, or any other income)

All registration information collected is confidential. Social Security cards (or copies) are NEVER transferred and are only used to verify the number of people in a household.

*If your driver’s license does not list your current address, please bring your license plus two pieces of mail.

**If you do not have Social Security cards for each member of the family, provide alternative IDs, such as an insurance card, Forward Care information or other documentation.

Registration occurs during service hours. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before closing.

Monday - Friday: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Thursday: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Saturday: 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Please call 262-542-5300 if you need further information about how to register.

Need Our Help

The Food Pantry always welcomes new clients. We provide food and basic hygiene products to those lacking consistent resources for those items. We are an equal opportunity distributor and will help everyone we are able to, free of charge and with complete privacy. We understand that after bills, rent and unexpected financial troubles, many people are left with very little money, if any, for food. Our mission is to help people through
those times.

Our Hours

Come register or pick up your groceries:

  • Monday – Friday, 1-3 pm
  • Saturday, 9:30-11:30 am
  • Additional evening hours: Thursday, 6-8 pm

The FOOD Pantry will be closed on the following days:
New Year's Day             Memorial Day             Independence Day             Labor Day             Thanksgiving (Thursday, Friday, & Saturday)             Christmas Eve             Christmas Day

Food will be distributed to each eligible household once every two weeks, and anyone from that household may pick up their groceries. The amount of groceries provided to each household will be based on need.

Pantry clients will receive bags to transport groceries on their initial visit. They will be responsible for providing their own bags on all following visits.

Call 262-542-5300 for more information.

Returning Clients

If you have not been through the Pantry in 6 months or more you will have to re-register before receiving your full amount of food.

You will need to bring:

A) Identification for every person.


B) Proof of address for everyone over 18. (Driver's license is not used as proof of address)